Hello football starved readers.  Yes, we are ooohh so close to actually seeing a real NFL game.  Try to savor it, because your next official one won’t be until September 9th and if my math is correct that is exactly 14 years away.  I don’t think I can stand for such egregious and blatant disregard to my football needs.

I’m linking you up today to some Razzballistic stories that you better check out or I’ll be sad:

My favorite picture of the day has to be of Ron Jaworski giving a kid a forearm shiver via Midwest Sports Fans.

My favorite picture of the week is of Rex Ryan giving some Dolphin fans the one-fingered salute, which cost him 50 grand.  Can’t say I wouldn’t have done the same if someone spit on me, but I also wouldn’t have gone to a MMA event.

Stache Mouth Football brings us some early footage of the Mannings playing football and edits some “whinelights” of Peyton.

Rotoworld gives us 13 reasons the Colts should win and 13 reasons the Saints should win.  Can’t they make up their minds!?

Cold Hard Football Facts ranks all 43 Super Bowls.  I’ll cut to the chase and tell you they went with the Giants and Patriots at number 1 and I can’t really disagree.

Joe Theismann doesn’t seem to think too highly of Tim Tebow.  Me either for what it’s worth.

Coach Billick goes on NPR to plug his book “More Than A Game” and talk Super Bowl.  I love me some NPR so check it out.

Advanced NFL Stats discusses the overtime rules.  I think I agree that the team with home field advantage should get the ball first in OT.  Check it out and tell me what you think.

Jack Del Rio forgets he’s a coach and tells the truth about David Garrard.

USA Today takes a look back over the 2009 fantasy season and agrees with Razzball that the end of the running back is here.

CBS Sports takes a look at possible bounce back candidates for 2010 fantasy football.

The impending uncapped year will probably push many NFL players to demand trades according to the National Football Post’s Jack Bechta.

  1. Jim Parkey says:

    I’d take Jay Cutler over Matt Cassel as a bounceback candidate for next year, CBS Sports. Cassel’s more like a Brokeback candidate. Not sure what that means, exactly.

  2. Doc

    Doc says:

    @Jim Parkey: Hah, yeah, I agree with Cutler. Not sure about Cassell. He could be better, but not sure about fantasy relevant. Lots of starting QB’s are backup fantasy material in the right situation.

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